‘How many times have you gone into any of the things that the man does not get to the most dazzling sculptures are the Himalayan slopes. The highest peaks in the middle of the snowy mountains, many of them in the river valleys of the flooding on the way himanadalu tirthan prayanincalanukuni bayaluderam nadipravahalu … So today, “said the news from the doctor keensitaratna ceppukostunnaru Secunderabad.
From High Damabad to Chandigarh, from where we traveled to the tunnel along the Manti in Himachal Pradesh to reach the Tunnar river crossing on the Vyas (Beas) River at Largi. From there we reached Sairopa village beyond Gushai. Our stay in the home of a nearby tirthan stream Spirit. To get there, cross the river. We reached the shore through the trolley connected to the iron cables. Tirthan is the main tributary of the Vais River. It is located in Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. The Great Himalayan National Park originates from the glacier of Hanskund and flows through the Tirthan. Its stream flows in the forests of the glaciers, cedar, and coniferous forests. The area is home to biodiversity.
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Tirthan Valley and the adjacent Sainghain Valley are also part of the Great Himalayan National Park. Its northern and southern sides have high altitudes. In this sanctuary, there are 200 species of birds, such as snow flower, Kasturi beast, black bears, red foxes, palm civet …, monal, western trafapan, and red build blue mag …
The name of the area is named for adventure sports. The number of tourists here is low. It’s more overseas. That’s why the natural nature of the landscape is not damaging. River cruising, rappelling, trekking, riverside camping, village hopping (walking on the villages), trekking, and trout fishing are some of the weekly trips in Tirthanalli. One hundred rupees a day for fishing. There are strong ropes across the river and at the same time, 15 people are poured over river banks and river crossing. The natural beauty of the Himalayan landscape surrounding the rays of the rhythm of the rhythm of the rhythm of the rhythm of the rays of the Himalayas melt in the bells for hours. In this valley, there are many villages like Sairoppa, Nagini, Mungla, Ropa, Gushaini, Banjar … We eat breakfast and wearing the camera,
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There are no hotels and restaurants in Tirthanalli. Rarely are tea shops. Tours are based on homestays and resorts. One day, go to the Great Himalayan Park. It should take the forest department in Sairopa village. There are Ayurvedic medicines, oils, and bamboo bags and dolls. To go to the park, walk from the Gushain to the village of Rappa with the help of the guide. From there the park starts. The village in the dense forest does not include all 30 houses. Villagers have to work in the weavers or baskets to do all the crops. Khroli Pohi region from Jalori Pass is the Monolithic Bird Sanctuary. Unless permission is granted.
One day leave the taxi to Bagi village. There is a shrine of Rishi temple. Here the carvings of the god are made of sculptures. The name comes from the name of the Rishi, which is the birth of a horned deer. He is the favorite of all villagers in Tirthanlai. Three km from there There was a hall. It has 18 goddesses. They are the gods of the 384 smaller gods in Tirthanlia.
In the village of Chehnakotti, we saw a palace of 1500 years ago. The building is made of wood and stone pillars. It is the highest in the western Himalayas. It’s about 50 km from Roopa We went to the village of Shankar. It’s green to nature. It is known that the Pandavas went here to heaven.
Come from there and rest for three days. This time we traveled for three hours in Innova, crossing the wheat and barley folks on foot, climbing and climbing to the highest point. The purple orchid flowers are beautiful on the way. Conifer and cedar trees resemble Kashmir as a high wall. Women who are feeding on the road are beautiful. The elderly women sat down under the tree and watched the wool.
It was 9.03 feet above Jalori Pass on the day of Gushai. Passing over this passage there is a village called Shoja. This is a picnic area. There are some waterfalls nearby. All this is a natural beauty. Snow covered at 3 meters above the cold in the Jalori pass. From Jaloripas to another six. Sirolarsar Lake is located at a distance. On the other side, there is a Nagadeva temple called Buddi Nagini. This goddess is 60 goddess of goddesses. She is still believed to be located in Sirolarsar Lake. The moks are circling around the lake around the lake. The lake does not come to see the goddess. Next to the river Tirthan. Raloo climbing hills and climbing. That’s five and a half kilometers. There are so many sweeping shots. The thunderstorm started with the severe thunderstorm and the atmosphere became devastating. In the size of the golikai, the hail has fallen. As soon as we reached a tree, the thunderbolt hit the ears of the nearby ears. We got out of the tree trembling fearfully. Hail is not tolerant. The plastic covers wearing nothing for the sake of anyway, as well as the hail of the hail for 45 minutes, At the height of the hail, the hail has grown up. The area where the green area was white became white. Slowly reduced hail The temple does not come except the other half of the temple. But it’s difficult to run on those snowflakes. Jaripadipotunnam. Unknown condition In the meantime, In the sight of the white hail, nothing is visible. A 40-minute walk was a hut. It is down into the valley. They slowly hit the door and hit the door. In the small narrow room, there are 20 battlers and rural chilies. We looked at our situation and gave us space. Meanwhile, the house gave us hot tea. Amrita seemed to be. She gave her tea once again. It was a little relaxed. Then she went to her house in the village and asked her to go all the way. There is another hut if you run some distance and say that there will be a night to sleep. Bommingo, another villager accompanied me walked in the depth of the knee and reached another home. There was scorching. Giving the cups to cover. On the morning of the morning, she gave her tea to eat breakfast and headed for the guide set up by Avida Makai and looked at Sarasu and the temple. We’re two miles off. By the way, our home stayed searching for a boy. We have no signals to make his phone. He was afraid of being afraid of it. He looked like a hollow hill. 4km along with them Walk to Jaloripas. Tea biscuits were there, and we sat down and returned to our residence in Sairopa village. Suddenly, two days passed without moving and going back.